Sometimes not knowing what is really going on in your life or what may be blocking your true happiness is not so good, and it’s not easy to figure it out alone. I can look in a spiritual realm and help, heal and advise you. Through a Tarot Card, Psychic, or a Palm Reading I can tell you about your past, present, future, love, career, family etc...But more than just telling you what may be causing the blockage in your life, my energy healing will help you accomplish your true purpose and resolve your conflicts. I provide complete healing and balancing treatments that cater to each client's unique individual needs. Get the help you need to accomplish your goals. Specializing in love and relationships. With my spiritual gifts and abilities I evaluate your needs and see if it's advise, changes, help or a combination of all three things needed to be in your right path/direction. Being in the wrong direction/path is so harmful to a individuals life and can make the most hurt, pain,suffering and drama. Knowing how, where, when why and what is so important to be on your right path/direction. It probably comes as no surprise that many couples report that the strongest connection they felt at the onset of their relationship was the on the physical level. While physical attraction and passion can be important aspects of any relationship, the initial “chemistry” can also be one of the reasons the relationship fails in the end, especially when it dominates over any of the other kinds of connections upon which a healthy relationship depends. An overly-intense physical component to a relationship can often lead to distorted perceptions. For example, one partner might “over-idealize” the other, ascribing attributes to them they don’t actually have. They might also overlook potentially problematic attributes as well as the lack of connection at other levels crucial to the survival of a relationship. Blindness to important dimensions of a relationship doesn’t always come from physical infatuation. For example, one partner in the relationship can be so lacking in self-esteem and so overwhelmed by the apparent recognition and approval they seem to be getting from the other partner that they allow the intensity of their emotional connection to overrule their better judgment about other aspects of the relationship. In my experience, for relationships to really work, connections have to exist and develop on multiple levels. The extent to which these connections deepen and mature over time is likely to have a big bearing on the level of fulfillment the parties experience within the relationship. That’s why it’s a good idea at the very outset of a relationship to ask oneself some key questions, the answers to which could make all the difference with respect to that relationship’s future. Some of the more important questions include: How do I connect with this person on an intellectual level? Do we have similar ideas about things? Do we think about the world in similar ways? Are we intellectual equals? Do I really understand them and do they really understand me? How do I connect with this person on an emotional level? Can I confide my deepest feelings to her? Does she show respect for those feelings? Do I feel safe when I’m emotionally “exposed”? Is he emotionally stable? Does she know how to modulate and regulate her emotions? How do we connect at the psychological level? Do we “get” each other, our quirks, our idiosyncrasies, our “issues”? Do we respect each other’s unique personality characteristics? Can we live with our differences? Do we share the same sense of humor? Do we really honor, respect, and enjoy the kind of persons we are? How do we connect on the spiritual plane? Do we share the same core values? Do we respect one another’s beliefs? Do any of our attitudes, ways of thinking, or values pose a challenge to liking, accepting, or respecting one another? How do I connect with this person on the level of communication? Does he hear me when I’m expressing concern? Do I always feel like she is keeping things from me? Is there always room for dialogue or does every discussion soon become a fight? How do we connect on the practical aspects of living together? Can we be comfortable with the things each of us likes or prefers? Do we share enough of the same interests to spend quality time together? Do we have enough regard for our different interests that we can afford each other private space? Are our most ingrained habits compatible and endurable or are they so distasteful and irritating that they constantly grate on us? How deeply and meaningfully do we connect? Do we really touch one another, feel one another, experience one another on a level that makes us feel fully valued and embraced?
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